For those of us that live in the Northeast that have to drive in the snow all the time, why can't we have cars for driving in the snow?  Lower to the ground for better traction and maneuverability.  We have to be able to stop on a dime in the ice,  make sure it doesn't roll if we start to skid sideways on the ice.  Also, it has good gas mileage since from time to time we're stuck in pileups on a freeway.  Sporty, but safe and easy to drive in the snow!!!!
art h 03/16/2014
No car will stop on a dime on the ice. That is what studded snow tires are for.